We'd like your help to spread the word about Robin Hood's Little Outlaws, the fab work the RSPB are doing at Sherwood Forest, and the story of the legendary outlaw, Robin Hood. Come along to our story telling event at RSPB
Robin Hood's Little Outlaws have an app! Download it FREE for Android from the PlayStore at https://bit.ly/2FCjJAO and iOS from the AppStore at https://apple.co/2I0rvXP Use the app to scan your book cover or poster and see it come to life with Augmented
Come hear the tale of Robin Hood, deep in the forest of Sherwood! Looking for Easter activities for the children during the Easter holidays? Come along to our story telling event at RSPB Sherwood Forest on April 13th to meet Robin
EVENT CANCELLED PLEASE NOTE: Unfortunately, our event at Sherwood Forest on February 23rd has been cancelled. It will be rearranged later in the year so please keep an eye on the VisitSherwood website. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.
February half term at RSPBSherwood Forest: On Saturday 23rd February, hear the author read from the first book, colour in your own Little Outlaw, solve word search and spot the difference puzzles, and learn what adventures the Outlaws will be having
Robin Hood's Little Outlaws wish you all a very Merry Christmas 2018 and a happy New Year in 2019! With their friend, Major the oak tree, they're busy working on their second time travelling adventure story. Look out for further updates
We had a fantastic time at Waterstones, yesterday for the officla launch of our first children's history book, 'Robin Hood, who's he?'. Adrian read passages from the book, there were demonstrations of the augmented reality cover and free poster given to
Robin Hood's Little Outlaws are playing in the snow in Sherwood Forest with their friend Major the oak tree. Merry Christmas 2017! Look out for something special in the new year, by following these links to Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter and share with
A huge tree, deep within Sherwood Forest offers Robin Hood the chance to hide from the Sheriff of Nottingham and Kind John's soldiers. The hollow trunk of the Major Oak becomes Robin Hood's secret hiding place! In Robin Hood's Little Outlaws'